I decided to try them and I'm definitely not a badass. I've been using Aquasphere Kaimens for years, in pool and open water, and love them but they do leave me with marks on my eyes for hours afterwards and at my age, the skin around my eyes is looking rather dicey. So I figured I'd try them. So far so good. I still have marks right out of the pool but they disappear by the time I'm done showering. They are very comfortable so far but I haven't worn them for over 4 hours....will have to wait for the open water to get a real idea of how well they work over time. 67King, sorry to hear things changed at 5 weeks, I've only been using them for 3 weeks, so we'll see how it goes. Will report back once the water warms up.
goggles fog up because the anti-fog wears off in a few weeks and then tiny particles collect on the surface that allow/attract water vapor (fog) to form. I've never had much luck with antifog liquid sprays and have never had a set of goggles where the anti-fog coating din'[t wear off. Try washing with a little Johnson's baby shampoo very gently to avoid scratching the plastic, and then rinsing. I usually get one to three swims and repeat. I don't have trouble with my 2-3 year old vanquishers fogging as long as i wash and rinse them every couple of swims. Hope it helps.. .
Thanks for that advice. My Aquaspheres have lasted me for over a year without fogging, both the polarized for outside and regulars in the pool, and I swim at least 5x a week. So 3 weeks is just not acceptable. They are comfortable, so I'll try out the polarized ones and see how long they last and report back, but it's not likely I would buy another pair.